Sak·sen·a·ea vas·i·for·mis(saks'ĕ-nē'ă vas'i-fōr'mis),
A fungal species that cause mucormycosis. This species is notable for the proportion of cases with subcutaneous infection, rather than pulmonary or paranasal sinus disease, more typical manifestations of mucormycosis.
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Sak·sen·ae·a vas·i·for·mis(sak-sen-ē'ă vā-si-fōr'mis)
One of the fungal species that cause zygomycosis; associated with localized bone and soft tissue infection, usually acquired as a result of traumatic injury.
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